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Domestic Relations – Civil Practice – Interlocutory Appeal – Parent & Child – Temporary Custody Order – First Amendment – Religion – Judges (access required)

Sood v. Sood The trial court’s custody order was temporary in that it left open the issues of psychological evaluations of the parties’ mental conditions, the defendant-father’s child support arrearage, and holiday schedules after the 2012 spring break. In fact, the father concedes in his brief that the custody order is temporary. Therefore, the order is interlocutory.

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Domestic Relations – Parent & Child – Termination of Parental Rights – Civil Practice – Service of Process – Publication (access required)

In re C.A.C. When the petitioner-mother sought to serve the respondent-father by publication, she was required to comply with the notice provisions of both N.C. R. Civ. P. 4(j1) and G.S. § 7B-1106(b). Since the notice that the mother placed in the newspaper completely omitted any reference to the father’s right to counsel, she failed to comply with § 7B-1106(b)(4).

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Domestic Relations – Parent & Child – Intervening Grandmother – Custody Order — Constitutional (access required)

Sides v. Ikner The plaintiff-father fully complied with the custody order which gave him joint legal and secondary physical custody of his son, “Luke.” When he learned that the defendant-mother had joined the Air Force -- not the Air Force Reserves as she had told him -- and was moving to Germany, the father objected to allowing Luke to continue to live with the intervenor-grandmother.

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